This year I am teaching the following courses in the Linguistics and the Hebrew Language departments:

  • Structure and Meaning (an introductory undergraduate course that interweaves syntax and semantics; with Malka Rappaport-Hovav)
  • Topics in Syntax and Semantics
  • Morphology
  • A Digital Investigation of the Emergence of Modern Hebrew
  • Evidentiality: Talking about Sensory Perception and Thought

Past courses

Corpus linguistics (HUJI Linguistics new and revised edition, cotaught with Alena Witzlack-Makarevich).

Introduction to semantics (HUJI Linguistics "Meaning and Context").

Introduction to syntax (HUJI Hebrew, syllabus).

Teleological modality (HUJI Linguistics, syllabus).

Semantic developments in Modern Hebrew (HUJI Hebrew, syllabus).

Modals and attitude verbs (HUJI Linguistics, syllabus).

Pragmatics (cotaught with Yael Ziv, HUJI Linguistics, syllabus).

Topics in computational and corpus linguistics (HUJI Linguistics, syllabus).

Special! -- in February 2016 I organized an intensive 2-week winter school on Language documentation and linguistic fieldwork at HUJI.

Modal and scalar semantics (HUJI Linguistics, syllabus).

Corpora and statistics for language research (cotaught with Luka Crnič, HUJI Language Sciences, syllabus).

Structure of Semitic languages (cotaught with Ruth Kramer, Georgetown Linguistics 430, syllabus).

Introduction to linguistic theory (instructor and TA, UMass Linguistics 201).

People and their language (TA, UMass Linguistics 101).